Ctrl-Alt-L (R, Left, Right).

May 20, 2008
9,349
62
Syracuse, NY, USA
I have these.
Code:
DelArgLeft=Ctrl-Alt-L Ctrl-Alt-Left
DelArgRight=Ctrl-Alt-R Ctrl-Alt-Right
They work OK on Win10/64. On Win7/32 any one of them (currently) produces this (see below). In another session, they'll produce different but equally mystifying garbage, or maybe crash conhost.exe. It's the same without plugins.
Code:
TCC: Syntax error "( v:\>+echo+foo+|+findstr+foo+foo+v:\>+type+buffertest.btm+set+oldbuffer%@consoleb[-1
]+set+newbuffer=%@consoleb[0]+echo+%@consoleb[%oldbuffer]+echo+%@fileclose[%newbuffer]+v:\>+buffertest.b
tm+19+0+v:\>+echo+foo+|+findstr+foo+v:\> ) / 29=2"
TCC: (Sys) The system could not find the environment option that was entered.
 "%[( v:\>+echo+foo+|+findstr+foo+foo+v:\>+type+buffertest.btm+set+oldbuffer%@consoleb[-1]+set+newbuffer
=%@consoleb[0]+echo+%@consoleb[%oldbuffer]+echo+%@fileclose[%newbuffer]+v:\>+buffertest.btm+19+0+v:\>+ec
ho+foo+|+findstr+foo+v:\> ) / 29=2]"
 
May 20, 2008
9,349
62
Syracuse, NY, USA
It's the same with no plugins, INI file, or TCSTART. More recently any of those keystrokes gives
Code:
TCC: (Sys) The handle is invalid.
 "%@fileclose[]"
on the first try and "the console window host has stopped working" on the second try.

... any ideas?
 
May 20, 2008
9,349
62
Syracuse, NY, USA
It seems to be in the parsing of "Ctrl-a".

Make an alias:
Code:
alias @@Ctrl-a `echo foo`
And then try ANY Ctrl-Alt-key (that windows won't eat).

When I do that, every Ctrl-Alt key combo (Ctrl-Alt-1, Ctrl-Alt-F4, Ctrl-Alt-b, ... the list is long) gives
Code:
foo
Note: I had been playing with
Code:
alias @@Ctrl-a `echo %@avg[%@execstr[type clip: | tr "\r" " " | tr -d "\n"]=2]`
That explains the goofy quoted stuff in my original post (all the + signs when the clipboard didn't contain numerical data).
 
May 20, 2008
9,349
62
Syracuse, NY, USA
Other places too (which you probably know by now).

Alias @@Alt-w ... gives you one that's triggered by any Alt-Win-key. Alias @@Ctrl-Alt-s gives you one that's triggered by any Alt-Win-Shift-key. There may be more.